Learning programmes and resources at Kew
Library, Art & Archives One of the most important botanical reference sources in the world, Library, Art & Archives contains more than half a million items
Botanical Horticulture There's a wide range of opportunities to gain horticultural qualifications or experience at Kew
Kew offers many opportunities for learning – from professional qualifications to short courses – and also has a wealth of learning resources in its Library, Art and Archives collections.
Library, Art & Archives
One of the most important botanical reference sources in the world, Library, Art & Archives contains several million items, including books, botanical illustrations, photographs, letters and manuscripts, periodicals, biographies and maps. Current digital project include the Joseph Hooker Correspondence Project and the Nathaniel Wallich and Indian Natural History project.
Kew offers a comprehensive programme of specialist training courses for students in higher education, teachers at all levels, and for botanists, horticulturists and plant conservation specialists in search of CPD (continuing professional development).
Kew offers a wide range of talks and courses, whether you have a passion for plants and photography, would like to observe kingfishers in their natural habitat, or learn the basic techniques of botanical illustration.
Bring your students to Kew Gardens or Wakehurst
Kew offers many learning opportunities for schools, students and teachers. Taught by experienced and enthusiastic Kew staff, the school visit programmes cover all stages of education and are aligned closely with the National Curriculum and work schemes.